I have the same problem! & Am two weeks late on my period, but the doctor says all this is normal and could last up to three months! Which means, three months of no period! :)
yes a normal period can be 3-5 day or longer :) x
i have been on the depot shot for three months my period did not come the fourth month what should i do
yea that's normal for the first three months sweetheart
having period cramps for the first 3-4 months are normal. if you are spotting or see any blood go to the doctors . i had cramps for the first 4 months until they finally went away
Yes. A friend of mine had her period during the first three months of her pregancny and her gynae said this was normal.
It is not unusual for women to skip periods. If skipping three months at a time becomes a normal pattern for you, it makes sense to discuss the issue with your health care provider.
Yess. Periods at first are not normal. When I first started I would have one every three months. Relax.
That can be normal in the first three months of use. If it goes on longer than three months, or is troublesome to you, talk with your health care provider about changing to a pill with a different hormonal profile.
After having the Mierna removed you may have had a withdrawal bleed, not necessarily menstruation as part of a menstrual cycle. Upon coming off hormonal birth control it is normal to have irregular cycles for up to 12 months while your body regulates itself, a few months without a period is normal but if concerned after three months talk to your doctor.
Typically your menstrual cycle should return to normal within three months of using the morning after pill, but up to 12 months can occur sometimes.
Vomiting typically starts one and half months after the last period. It lasts till three months of last period. Before and after this period, there is nausea for few days. Vomiting is normal in this period. Your doctor will give you few tablets to be taken during this period. They can be taken safely, to prevent the vomiting.
your body is still adjusting to the hormones that are from the Depo shot. It takes 3 months minimum for all the hormones to leave your body just as it is when you are still on Depo and have to have another shot every three months. Give it another 2 - 6 months to go back to normal.
No, it's not okay not to get your period for three months. Your menstrual cycle is a good indicator of your overall health, although irregular or abscent menstruation may be normal at certain times in your life such as during puberty, going this long without a cycle may be an indicator that something is wrong. If you go over three months without a period you should talk to your doctor to investigate the cause.
No, it's not normal. If your periods were irregular before using the Nuva Ring, it is to be expected that they will return to their irregular habit. Anyone who's been three months without a period and is not using hormonal birth control should see her health care provider for an exam.
Yes. It is different in everyone. This is normal. Your flow of blood will level out within the next 3 months and your periods will become lighter.
Yes, absent periods are a normal side effect of Mirena.
No. If bleeding happened after sex it could be from tearing or bruising. If she hasn't had her period for over three months and there is no reason (i.e birth control or pregnancy) she needs to go to the Dr. to figure out why.
yes, it usually takes a month or three to re-regulate your period. good luck Joymaker RN
That's normal i didnt either the first time i got it after the first three months i got the second shot and then i got my period and it lasted forever almost three weeks.
You can take the birth control pill to bring down your period after coming off the pill. But that wouldn't make much sense, would it? Contact your health care provider for advice specific to your situation if your period has been gone for three months or more.
No, it's not at all normal to skip your period for a year, not at 19 and not at any age. If you go over three months without menstruating then it's a good idea for you talk to your doctor to see what is going on, a year without menstruating is not normal and shouldn't be ignored.
It's known as a quarter.
Three months is normal... can be as long as six to a year to be regular again. You are not considered infertile until 2 years.